Sometimes the goals of professional success, financial stability, and ambition are elusive or come at the expense of one’s health and well-being. For many time at work and work related projects can be soul depleting, anxiety ridden, or filled with constant high pressure expectations. Most work environments do not foster conditions that allow for direct and meaningful conversation about work life. Yet many of us spend most of our waking life at work.
Our work together can provide a venue to safely explore work related concerns and aspirations. Insight into the ways in which a work family may be recapitulating early familial dynamics can also be useful including to help foster professional development and hindrances to success.
Professional goals and development can be facilitated through a greater understanding and resolution of constraining beliefs about one’s own capabilities, authority, leadership, and earning potential.
Psychotherapy may also offer a venue to explore transitioning from one work setting to the next, making a career change, or planning for or making the most out of retirement.